The parking lot in front of the Main Building, Long-Term Care Centre and the Ruddy Building are reserved primarily for visitors and patients who are not staying overnight. If you’ve been admitted to West Park as an in-patient, please do not leave your car in the lot, unless you have made special arrangements with a Service Manager.
Please respect the “NO PARKING” signs marking designated fire routes. Emergency response teams count on these routes being clear. Fines for parking in these routes are high.
Parking is available at modest prices at hourly, daily and monthly rates. Those authorized to use accessible spaces still must pay for parking. NOTE: Parking payment machines only accept coins and credit cards. A change machine is located in the Main Building across from communications, but bring change, use your credit card or use the Whoosh App (whooshstore.ca) to avoid inconvenience.
Parking fees help support patient programs at the Centre.
Parking Charges - There's an option for you!
HOURLY METERED PARKING
$2.50 per half hour
Daily Max - $15
Best for infrequent visitors or those who will be visiting periodically for a duration of less than 90 minutes. Payments can be made at the machines in the parking lot or through the Whoosh App (visit whooshstore.ca for details).
VISITOR MULTI-USE PASSES
5-use pass - $37.50 ($7.50/day)
30-use pass - $180 ($6.00/day)
If visiting multiple times over the course of a year, the multi-use visitor passes provide significant savings over the hourly parking.
Insert the pass into the parking pay and display machine to receive a ticket to display on your dash.
Each ticket will be valid for 24 hours.
VISITOR 30-DAY PARKING
$65 per month
For frequent visitors and patients who will be here more than 8 times in a 30-day period, the monthly parking pass represents the best option. A hang tag will be provided that is valid 30 consecutive days from purchase.
Multi-use passes and monthly passes can be purchased from the cashier office in the Main Building Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.